Category: poems

Homesick, by Spencer Sharp

Been gone so long, way too long im homesick Wish i woulda learned young. Maybe id been home still Cell to cell, Prison to prison got me feelin like im homeless Hell to hell the way im livin has me forgettin what exactly home is IM Homesick… im […]

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Let Me In, by Jacob Smith

Come with me to a special place where people come and have fun without disgrace. Open your arms to me and let me in because when you do I’ll always be with you. Days go by to touch every cloud in the sky and please remember you can […]

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Today, by Major McCormick

Here’s a poem for these days, though momma said there would be days like this, I can only be reminiscent, wiping my cheek after her kisses, “Go on and play,” that was what we looked forward to in a way, but today we look forward after spending so […]

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SEVEN, by Rudy Carrillo

I’m blind with my eyes. I see with my heart. I see who’s real or just playing the part. So many actors trying for the Emmys or Tonys, All chameleons and myriads of phoneys. Why so critical? Well … Because if the world was a stage, I’d be […]

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FIVE, by Rudy Carrillo

It’s a vicious deep cut when I feel valued so low. Coldness Hatred is what the world shows. I get on my knees, as my tears commence to flow. -Don’t feel unloved, my son, I hear a voice so gently and low. -For thirty pieces of silver, that’s […]

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ONE, by Rudy Carrillo

Life is a constant memory. It won’t let me forget about the love I cherished, the love that slipped away. Her memory lingers in the depth of my mind. I see her smiling face and my tears begin to fall. What a fool, such a fool, lost the […]

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JUST A THOUGHT, by Vernon Brown

How can you go forward if you’re always looking back? Too focused on the past to make it last beyond a stack. How does anyone reach a destination? Draggin’ a bag of superficialistic expectations. How would education be motivation for any growth? When jealousy and envy are the […]

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Many, by Anthony Cockroft

Date. 12-24-09 Many look pass me like I don’t exist Many scared to take a chance simply just scared of the risk Many feelings now occur since my life have come to this Many nights are cold when you’re alone and to that I’m a witness Many days […]

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I PLEDGE, by Anthony Waters

poetry: I PLEDGE, TO EDUCATE THE UNEDUCATED AND RESPECT EVERY ONE WITH THEIR DUE RESPECT AS A COMMON COURTESY. I PLEDGE, TO HOLD MYSELF ACCOUNTABLE FOR MY ACTIONS AND MY WORDS IN THE MIST OF MY FAMILY AND FRIENDS WHILE WORKING DILIGENTLY TO PROTECT MY COMMUNITY, I PLEDGE, […]

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STRENGTH, by Anthony L. Waters

poetry: I am the alpha male that’s defiant, my enemies under my feet, migits around giants, ask about me, I got people in the streets that can’t live with out me, while dodging death and jealousy with hella enemies I’m still focused on what’s meant for me, because […]

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